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Pattonsburg Farmer named state winner in corn yield contest

A Pattonsburg farmer, Craig Lambert, has been named a state winner in the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) 2011 Corn Yield Contest.

Lambert placed second in the AA Non-Irrigated division for the northwest Missouri district with his DEKALB DKC63-42 brand yielding 209.3451 bushels per acre. Lambert was recognized for being one of the top-yielding competitors in the state. For nearly half a century, the NCGA has provided corn growers the

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GHS teams split final regular season matchups against Mules

Mixed results topped off Gallatin’s regular season last Friday night as the girls fell to Lathrop, 46-42, despite a come-from-behind effort. The Bulldog boys had little trouble picking up their 15th win of the season, downing the Mules, 64-43.

The contest between the Lady Bulldogs and Lady Mules shifted from a low-scoring contest to a marathon game featuring 42 fouls, 43 free throw shots and 46 turnovers that would determine

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Blasts from the Past … compiled by Dennis Cox, GNM Sports Editor

Editor’s note: This series features Daviess County sports news pulled from the headlines of the North Missourian from years past. The series runs each week as space allows. Dates given are actual print dates for the NM.

Feb. 27, 2002 – GHS senior Jake Humphrey, son of Dr. Stan and Jan Humphrey, signed a letter of intent to play football at William Jewell College. Humphrey, a punter, joined classmate Robert

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Pilgrims and pioneers…Creamers tell a tale of Winston

Trappers, miners, railroad workers, farmers and ranchers, cowboys and Indians, the rich history of a nation is as close as the telling of a story by some of the older residents of Daviess County’s small towns.

Doris and Jack Creamer live quietly on the outskirts of Winston. Both of them, if prodded, can retrieve memories that hark back to the days of covered wagons and the pioneers. Doris can trace

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The big orange one — Brice Terry takes fifth at NFMS tractor pull

Brice Terry and his tractor Hy-Strung received fifth place in the prestigious National Farm Machinery Show Tractor Pull.

The tractor pull is held in conjunction with the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Ky., and is a by invitation only event. Competitors have to apply, fill out a resume detailing where they pulled and how they placed, and send in a picture. The event organizers then hand-pick who they want

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State Auditor Schweich releases 2011 CAFA report

State Auditor Tom Schweich recently released the 2011 Criminal Forfeiture Act (CAFA) report. The CAFA requires prosecuting attorneys and the attorney general to submit an annual report to the state auditor’s office summarizing the disposition of all property, including cash, seized pursuant to state law.

The state auditor did not receive six of the 116 required CAFA reports. Prosecuting Attorneys from the following counties failed to submit required reports: Barton,

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Share the Harvest gets boost from Piggly Wiggly

The Share The Harvest program in a four-county area, including Daviess, is getting a big boost thanks to the Piggly Wiggly grocery store in Chillicothe.

Piggly Wiggly is working with the North Missouri Sportsman’s Alliance (NMSA) on a new fund raising promotion raffle for the Share The Harvest program in which one lucky person will win a $1,000 gift certificate good for groceries at the Chillicothe grocery store. The winner

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Season Pass by Dennis Cox: Just some (sports) reasons to think you might be getting old

As is often the case, when we’re young, we absolutely hate the thought of getting old? But when we reach a certain number…it’s different for every one of us…we begin to feel that age is a badge to be worn, if not proudly, then with resignation.

So much of what I write for these sports pages involves young people. Just thought I’d give the "old folks" something to think about.

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Plea hearing set for Daniel Froman on local charges

In Daviess County Circuit Court, a plea hearing is set for 4 p.m. Monday, March 12 for Daniel F. Froman on charges of sexual assault and tampering with a witness in a felony prosecution. The jury trial set for Feb. 28-29 was canceled. These charges are in connection with an incident that occurred in January 2009 at Gallatin Grain Company.

Froman’s sentencing on federal charges in the Gallatin Grain Company

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